Community Bulletin Board

  • Welcome to the Brighton Central School District’s Community Bulletin Board where you can find community related e-flyers and links. Our District works with community non-profit organizations to present information about local activities that have educational, civic, recreational or cultural value for students.  Information posted has been approved for distribution as a public service. The school district does not endorse community information posted here and does not assume responsibility for the activity or the organization. 

    We respectfully request that you do not contact principals  and schools in our District directly. If you wish to submit information to share, please email Dan Goldman, Communications Coordinator at

    Upcoming Events

    Brighton Farmers' Market

    The summer season of the Brighton Farmers' Market is underway. Vendors will bring all-local fruits, vegetables, meats, eggs, dairy, flowers, garden plants, baked goods, and much more to the community. The Market is held every Sunday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the BHS parking lot, 1150 Winton Rd. S. More information can be found at The Brighton Farmers' Market is sponsored by the Town of Brighton. 

    Parent Exchange: Shifting Culture and Building Trust

    The event will be from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, June 17 on Zoom. In this online discussion, parent leaders will share the strong practices implemented at K-12 schools and districts that support parent empowerment and engagement. Participants will hear a parent-centered perspective on building trust, transparency, and collaboration for a safe return to school beyond COVID-19.

    Join this interactive talk and share your thoughts and ideas about parent empowerment and leadership during this pandemic. Ensure that your voices are heard as decision makers begin planning for curricula, instruction, and a reopening of schools.

    This event is sponsored by the Greater Rochester Parent Leadership Training Institute, East Educational Partnership Organization, and the University of Rochester. For additional information, please contact Luva Alvarez, PLTA Site and Alumni Coordinator at Click here to RSVPClick here to view the flyer. 

    Upcoming Programs 

    Writing Your College Application Essay: Multiple one-week sessions are being offered beginning the week of July 13. Morning sessions are from 9 a.m. to noon and afternoon sessions are 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. The class will be taught online by BHS English teachers. This summer enrichment class is designed to help students write the college essay, generate ideas for the short answer questions and provide an overview of how to address the entire college application. Students will read and critique model essays, be provided with written feedback on work, have one-to-one conference time with the instructor and complete at least one full essay in five days. Sign up at Questions may be directed to Brighton Community Education at or 585-242-5200 ext. 5595. 

    2020 Summer Fun at the J: Summer 2020 at the JCC may look different, but they still have lots of summer fun!  Their experienced Early Education Team have created new day programs for kids entering grades K-6.  2020 Summer Fun at the J blends the outdoor activities of day camp with a nurturing and supportive environment that will allow school-aged children to spend time playing with friends, learning by adventure and becoming a part of a community again. Summer activities will include: music, arts and crafts, playground, athletics, nature, archery and lots of adventures! They are also planning summer fun for little friends (2–4 years old), packed with exploratory and fun activities!

    Registration for 2020 Summer Fun at the J is now open with limited availability - session dates are July 6-31 and August 3-28. Don’t miss out - register now at  For more information, please contact The Wolk Children’s Center at 585-461-2000 x272 or at

    Brighton Jr. Barons Registration: Online registration is open for the Brighton Jr. Barons Football and Cheerleading program. The program is open to boys and girls ages 5-14 (5-12 for football, 7-14 for cheer). Practices will begin Aug. 3 and the season goes until late October or early November. Registration costs are: $100 for flag football, $200 for cheer, and $250 for tackle football. More information and registration can be found at

    Become a Host Family: Could you open your home and share your life with a boy or girl from Europe or Asia? International exchange students will arrive in August 2020 with Program of Academic Exchange (PAX) on an academic homestay program. Teens from Albania, Spain, Germany, Thailand, Korea, Brazil, Russia, and 30 different countries are interested in living with an American family and attending an American high school for the next academic year. All PAX students speak English, have full medical insurance, and come with their own spending money. Families need only provide a place for the student to sleep and study, meals, and a warm, supportive environment. PAX Community Coordinator Suzanne Bareham is currently interviewing area families. She is available to meet with you to show you the profiles of arriving PAX students. For more information, call her at 732-7438 or email You may also call the PAX national office at (800) 555-6211 for additional information.  

    Community Resources:

    Boy Scouts/Cub Scouts:

    Brighton Baseball
    Brighton Community Education:
    Brighton Girls Lacrosse Club:
    Brighton Junior Barons Football and Cheerleading:

    Brighton Lacrosse Club
    Brighton Rowing Club and summer Learn-to-Row Camps
    Brighton Soccer
    Girl Scouts

    Town of Brighton Resources:

    Town of Brighton Website
    Brighton Farmers' Market
    Brighton Police Department
    Brighton Memorial Library
    Brighton Senior Adult Program
    Brighton Recreation, Parks and Community Service

    The District does not endorse any organizations or individuals outside of the Brighton Central School District. These resources are for informational purposes only.